DALLAS--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--RES.NET, a provider of software applications connecting real estate professionals and consumers, announced today at the Five Star Conference and Expo that it now enables real estate brokers to generate custom checklists to enhance transparency and communication among their agents and customers.
“Brokers largely needed a complete back-office management solution, and now RES.NET’s checklists and transparent system ensure they have ultimate control of their businesses. They can supply agents with the best possible technology to improve their performance while focusing on customer service instead of managing daily tasks and deadlines.”
Art Acosta, broker owner of Chino, Calif.-based ERA Regency Realtors, one of the nation’s top producing agencies, said, “My team has been using RES.NET for many years, and we have seen the company’s commitment to continually adding new features according to our needs. RES.NET is making the resale transaction process more expedient and simple, empowering my agents to provide exceptional customer service. The checklist gives us the back office support we need and ensures we always have the appropriate documents on hand for compliance and auditing purposes.”
Through RES.NET, brokers can establish unique checklists for each transaction type and create lists for agents based on their specific role as a traditional resale, listing or short sale agent. After a broker’s initial checklist is built, agents specify their property type and role in RES.NET’s Agent Portal, which then automatically configures a checklist based on the broker’s requirements. Any responsibility, from completing disclosure documents to performing walk-throughs to marketing tasks, can be included on a checklist, giving brokers complete oversight of activities, due dates, status updates, documents and other key data. Brokers can also designate specific triggers within checklists to ensure required steps are completed on time. All documents are archived for brokers to quickly access to fulfill compliance and auditing requirements.
“We have worked closely with brokers to identify their business needs and determine how we can use technology to optimize and streamline transactions,” said Todd Mobraten, COO and president of RES.NET. “Brokers largely needed a complete back-office management solution, and now RES.NET’s checklists and transparent system ensure they have ultimate control of their businesses. They can supply agents with the best possible technology to improve their performance while focusing on customer service instead of managing daily tasks and deadlines.”
RES.NET’s Agent Portal is one of the platform’s six portals that connect all participants of a real estate transaction, including banks, servicers, brokers, agents, vendors and consumers.
RES.NET, initially established in 2003 as a subsidiary of USRES, provides an array of portals designed for different aspects of the real estate industry and integrates servicers, brokers, outsourcers, third-party service providers, homeowners and buyers. Through specialized portals, RES.NET users can each access the same system to optimize communication and streamline processes. The portals deliver a customized, automated workflow and centralize data and documentation to create a continuous audit trail. For more information about RES.NET, visit its website at www.res.net.